JamJar: the florist who turns dried English meadow flowers into artistic endeavors | LUXX

S.Sometimes even the most beautiful photo cannot capture the precious moments in nature’s life cycle. Because of this, Melissa Richardson, whose JamJar Flowers adorned London restaurants such as Sketch in Mayfair and Skye Gyngells Spring in Somerset House, began pressing flowers.

At their exhibit at Thyme – the restored historic Cotswolds mansion and farm founded by Caryn Hibbert – Richardson and her co-director Amy Fielding are showing a range of bold pressed floral artworks on white or black backgrounds, each with a variety of Meadow flowers that come from the 150 hectares of old thyme water meadows. Some use finely arranged heads, stems, and leaves of violet, poppy, and snakehead and acmopetala pointed butterflies; other, lace patterns from Orlaya side by side

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